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EESB04 Chapter 2: EESB04 chapter 2 detailed textbook notes

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Precipitation as a process: precipitation the release of water from atmosphere to earth"s surface. Cover all forms such as: snow, hail, sleet & rainfal
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UTSCEESB04H3Carl MitchellFall

EESB04 Chapter 1: EESB04 detailed textbook notes chapter 1

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The 3 states of water allow earth to hav a climate habitable for life forms. Water act as a climate ameliorator ( ): through e transformation btw diff
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UTSCEESB04H3Jovan StefanovicFall

EESB04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Permafrost, Atmospheric Circulation, Throughfall

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Physical hydrology: is the study of the occurrence, movement, and physical properties of water on and below the earth"s surface. Doesn"t include the st
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UTSCEESB04H3Jovan StefanovicFall

EESB04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Water Cycle, Shortwave Radiation, Vadose Zone

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UTSCEESB04H3Carl MitchellFall

EESB04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Water Cycle, Evaporation, Transpiration

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Evaporation: the transferral of liquid water into gaseous station & its diffusion. There must be available e from the sun/atmosphere & liquid water pre
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UTSCEESB04H3Jovan StefanovicFall

EESB04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Lapse Rate, Vapor Pressure, Cloud Condensation Nuclei

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Dry adiabatic lapse rate: dry air that ascends in the atmosphere expands and cools down at a fixed rate of 1 deg. Adiabatic process: a body of air cool
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